Credit Card Complaints Against Barclays
Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has received 703 credit card complaints against Barclays since June 1, 2012. The following table lists the most recently complaints, sorted by the dates complaints were submitted.
The most common credit card complaints against Barclays are Billing disputes, Identity theft / Fraud / Embezzlement, Closing/Cancelling account, Other, Rewards, Customer service / Customer relations, APR or interest rate, Advertising and marketing, Billing statement, Credit line increase/decrease, Late fee, Balance transfer, Credit determination, Transaction issue, Cont'd attempts collect debt not owed, Account opening, closing, or management, Delinquent account, Other fee, Credit card protection / Debt protection, Unsolicited issuance of credit card, Payoff process, Communication tactics, Convenience checks, Arbitration, Disclosure verification of debt, False statements or representation, Incorrect information on credit report, Taking/threatening an illegal action, Forbearance / Workout plans, Improper contact or sharing of info, Cash advance fee, Application processing delay, Bankruptcy, Making/receiving payments, sending money, Managing the loan or lease, Other transaction issues, Privacy, Problems caused by my funds being low, Problems when you are unable to pay, Sale of account, Shopping for a loan or lease, Using a debit or ATM card, Overlimit fee, Improper use of my credit report, Fraud or scam, Deposits and withdrawals, Credit monitoring or identity protection, Balance transfer fee.
CFPB will first investigate the complaints before forwarding it to Barclays. The ageny will not disclose the complaint unless Barclays confirms that it has in fact done business with the consumer. Barclays will be given 15 days to provide a substantive response to each consumer complaint, and are expected to resolve and close all but the most complicated complaints within 60 days.